Blacks and Whites
Almost everything in the South must be viewed through the prism of race. Many say that the South is integrated by day and segregated by night; others testify that the most segregated hours in the South are Sunday morning. And another Southern truth: it is in the center of our cities and towns that black and white meet.
These images are an ongoing series that portray glimpses of the modern Southern dynamic. Predominantly monochromatic but often with a hint of color, these photographs offer small windows into those places and spaces where all come together.